Director of Faidee, Ravi Lunia and Russian fashion designer Ulyana Sergeenko had collaborated to celebrate the opening of the rarest Burmese Ruby Exhibition. The Rarest Burmese Ruby Exhibition took place at one of the most glamorous international settings - the Hermitage Hotel in Monaco, between the 1st and 17th of August.
Director of Faidee, Ravi Lunia and Russian fashion designer Ulyana Sergeenko
About Faidee - The origins of Faidee lie at the beginning of the 20th century with Roop Chand Lunia, also known as the ‘King of Burmese Rubies.’ His grandson Rajeev Lunia is now leading the family business, continuing the tradition with even more passion and perfection in bringing out the very best in Burmese rubies.Why Burmese ruby? - A Burmese origin is considered the most quintessential class for rubies as they have an intense, vivid red ‘pigeon’s blood’ colour coupled with resplendent natural fluorescence. Being the only company in the world to deal exclusively in Burmese rubies, Faidee creatively uses these extremely rare and exceptional stones in unique designs that have an essence of ageless beauty. Faidee fastidiously strives to bring scintillating gemstones and first-class fabrication together in the form of vibrant jewellery, featuring stellar workmanship by both nature and man.
An exclusive collection of Faidee jewellery masterpieces were presented to VIP guests, influencers and celebrities during Gala dinner inside the Salon Belle Epoque on the 2nd of August, followed by the presentation of the joint collection Ulyana Sergeenko & Faidee. The Gala dinner was enjoyed by a number of Russian celebrities among which were Vera Brezhneva, Svetlana Bondarchuk, Nadezhda Oboletseva, Natalya Yakimchik, Irina Milova, Olga Slutsker, Galina Agapova, Ekaterina Smirnova, Olga Krutaya and many.
Ravi Lunia and Ulyana Sergeenko and VIP guests.
During the evening Ravi Lunia and Ulyana Sergeenko have presented the joint Collection US & Faidee. The collection had been presented for the first time during the Couture show of Ulyana Sergeenko in Paris Fashion Week haute couture. The catwalk images were perfectly supplemented by a unique collection of jewellery. Both collections - fashion and jewellery - were dedicated to The First ladies. Always at the side of their presidential husband, women as diverse as Raisa Gorbacheva, Nina Khrushcheva, Jackie Kennedy, Michelle Obama, but also Lady Diana, are a symbol of progress, kindness and generosity. By using their female powers and by making their voices heard, softly, first ladies can effectively ignite change.
Faidee, Ravi Lunia and Ulyana Sergeenko collaboration.
FAIDEE & ULYANA SERGEENKO high jewellery collection consists devising pearl necklaces finished with ruby cabochon clasps framed with a scattering of diamonds, ruby earrings and a ruby brooch with a playful bow. For the creation of this collection, Burmese rubies had been united with South Sea pearls, white diamonds and garnished with 18ct white gold.
Faidee, Ravi Lunia and Ulyana Sergeenko collaboration pieces.
On the 8th of August, at the terrace of the Hermitage Hotel and inside the Salon Belle Epoque, Ravi Lunia with Club Eclectique had organised a special evening dedicated to the performance of the famous Russian writer Alexander Tsypkin. The performance had been conducted within and for the guests of the rarest Faidee Burmese Ruby Exhibition. The exhibition took place at one of the most glamorous international settings - the Hermitage Hotel in Monaco, between the 1st and 17th of August.
Over 100 extraordinary pieces using natural Burmese rubies are showcased at the exhibition. A variety of never-before-seen necklaces, rings, earrings and bracelets, created over four generations, was presented to a selection of jewellery insiders and fashion aficionados in the comfort of luxurious Salon Belle Epoque at the Hermitage hotel. Each piece of jewellery has been created in a completely unique design, and the inspiration behind each piece is widely varied; from the wonders of nature, to the intelligence of architecture, and even the geometric motifs of art deco period.